Sometimes you just need to start something. In Zac Workun's case, that "sometimes" is now, and that "something" is Workabull. A team of three youth ministers (last names Workun, Abernathy, and Bullard), Workabull specializes in providing creative resources to ministries and non-profits. They are packaging their unique skills and experiences into a suite of creative consulting services and curriculum materials, marketing it along the relationships and connections forged in their ministries.
Currently, they are developing the summer curriculum for the long-established youth camp Super Summer Oklahoma.
I have relationships with all three of the men involved, and they approached me to design their identity. Similarly to the Lauryl Lane project, we captured what the group is about in a unique, brief tagline: Creative Communion. I will be writing more on this project later as a case study, including that naming and designing process, when the official website launches.
As you can see above, we developed a splash page for use while their new site is in development. As soon as it is up, I will feature the new design. If you are interested in what they might bring to your ministry or non-profit group, you can sign up to be alerted when their site goes live.